An evaluation of the 9-year compulsory education of Hong Kong

Hin Wah WONG, Chi Kin John LEE, Yujing NI, Kit Tai HAU, Ping Kwan FOK, Tak Shing John LAM, Wai Shing LI, Wai Ming YU, Chun Wai LEUNG, Po Lin CHAN, Kwok Fai Philip HUI, Lai Man POON

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Abstract

This study is the second phase of a long term evaluation exercise namely: An Evaluation of the 9-year Compulsory Education of Hong Kong. This research is planned to focus on the following areas to delineate the causes of students' learning problems which have not been addressed thoroughly and deeply enough during the first phase: A. the nature (selective vs. universal education) of the formal and instructional curriculum; B. teachers' knowledge and belief learned from teacher education institutions; C. classroom climate and students' cognitive and effective learning process.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 1997

Citation

Wong, H. W., Lee, C. K. J., Ni, Y., Hau, K. T., Fok, P. K., Lam, T. S., et al. (1997, November). An evaluation of the 9-year compulsory education of Hong Kong. Paper presented at the Hong Kong Educational Research Association (HKERA) 14th Annual Conference: Compulsory Education and Beyond, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, China.

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